To take noise and turn it into music is an exquisite GIFT.
Louis Picasso, 27-year-old artist from Ypsilanti, MI, first turned to music when he heard Biggie's album, "I'm Ready To Die", walking home to the bus stop to Romulus Middle School. Ever since, he tapped into rap, and later in life expanded his variety of music to ambient to alternative rock. In high school he started writing his raps. Cutting class to walk a mile and a half to University of Michigan's studio (which was prohibited, since he wasn't a student).
In 2014 he turned to recording artist in his bedroom studio. After years of trial and error and practices he now records and mixes at Traxside Recording Studio In Ypsilanti.
“I call anyone who has the ability to take sounds and create music from it FREQUENCY BENDERS.”